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2014-2015 Graduate Studies Catalog
University of Scranton
  Dec 12, 2017
2014-2015 Graduate Studies Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Human Resources

Dr. Daniel J. West, Jr., Chair, Human Resources
570-941-4126 •

Dr. William G. Wallick, SPHR, Director

Department Faculty: Professors - Daniel J. West, Jr.; Associate Professors – William G. Wallick; Steven J. Szydlowski, Assistant Professors –Terri Freeman Smith, Kenneth J. Zula



For the HR program- classes are offered only online during six eight week sessions. HR 500 & HR 501 are required to be taken prior to any additional coursework.

Employment Opportunities

According the Occupational Outlook Handbook, US Dept of Labor, overall employment in the field of human resources is projected to grow by 22% between 2008 and 2018 much faster than the average than all occupations.

Capstone Experience

Students in all programs must prepare a comprehensive capstone project. It may combine written, oral, and experiential components and will require understanding integration and application of what has previously been learned throughout the curriculum. These projects are done in HR 520- Capstone: Applied HR, which is the capstone course for the Human Resource program.